Scott Smith, Christian Horror Author

Scott Smith Please introduce yourself, where you are from and what you do. I’m Scott Smith. I’m an author/blogger, attorney, and theologian from southern Louisiana, where I live with my wife and four wild-eyed children. Can you tell us a little about your site? I run,, and some other sites. is a community founded to promote the Christian horror subgenre. The site consists of Christian horror reviews, books for sale, and blog posts. is the home of my publishing imprint Holy Water Books. Can you explain “Christian Horror” and your interpretation of it? Good question! I would explain “Christian Horror” as any portra

B. Harrison Smith

Harrison Smith It was a terrorific treat to have Harrison Smith on the Horror Tour Guide podcast. He gave us some great insight on his experiences as a horror filmmaker. His views on the genre are frighteningly interesting and informative. He has a clear view on what he wants to deliver to his audience. Looking forward to his upcoming projects. If you haven’t checked out this tasty morsels films, then what the hell are you waiting for? Hit your skelevision and get to watching! Thank you for your time Harrison Smith. Until next time my fellow horror addicts, I bid you all ScareWell. Make sure you check in next time my fellow horror fanatics. Frightfully yours, Slaughter Cin, She-Wolf Empress

The Little Mermaid

An ominous ringmaster forces his prized act, a real live mermaid to perform for spectators. The mermaid, though frightening, is but a lovesick, caged animal praying for release from her endless torture. Unwilling to surrender his meal ticket, the ringmaster rejects her pleas for compassion and continues to confine the mermaid to her stagnant holding tank. With nowhere to escape to, the mermaid must make the choice between holding on to the hope of freedom and putting an end to her abuse.


A man. A parking lot. A friendship.

Happy Valentines Day

TheCGBros Presents- "Happy Valentine’s Day" - Love, Death, Fate. Happy Valentine's Day is the story of how the downfall of a couple triggers the birth of a new love between two strangers. Told in slow-motion, in one unique camera sequence and in reverse.

The Offering

A father and son travel deep into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force.

Sarah Connor VS Jason Voorhees

#Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th) crosses paths with Sarah Connor (#Terminator) in Episode 1 of SLASH/UP. See the making of this film here.

Making of Sarah Connor vs Jason

Take a behind the scenes look at the making of the first episode of 'Slash/Up', the new webseries that pits cinema, horror, and pop culture's greatest icons against each other in an explosive mash-up.

Horror Lighting

This is a tutorial on lighting any other sort of video in the style of horror films. It was produced for the Dedolight lighting tutorial contest by Boca Studios.

Don't Go In The Basement

In celebration of their new apartment, a brother and sister reunite with an old friend. Together they record a home video tour of the house to send to their father but things take a turn for the worse when they enter the basement...

GRIMREAPS69 top 10 Horror films recommend for the month of May.

Ok ladies and gems it's time for another top 10 recommend movie list by me The GRIMREAPS69 for the Mayday month yeah. 10. The evil. 1978 A doctor buys a Civil War era dilapidated mansion and hires a few friends to fix it up but the mansion is haunted. 9. Wicked Lake. 2008 Two clans of deranged males make the mistake of stalking four young women they assume to be easy prey, only to find out that at the stroke of midnight the tables will be turned and all hell will break loose. 8. Graduation Day. 1981 A masked killer begins murdering students on the school track team after a track runner dies upon completion of a 30 second 200-meter race. 7. The Gore Gore Girls. 1972 A young reporter enlists

Bad Moon Rising

Held captive in a basement, a young man is repeatedly beaten. As his torture intensifies, he finally breaks. His captors have won, but they've missed one little, bloody, thing

The Death House

Built in the 1850’s, Located on 14 W. 10th street in New York City (Manhattan) stands a 10-unit brownstone with an extremely dark past. It’s a place where heinous acts were committed, a pathway of torment for the deceased and an infestation of paranormal activity. It is notoriously named “The house of Death”. This residence has terrible tales affiliated with it’s history. The 22 deaths at the house is rumored to be the cause of the hauntings and sightings of over 20 ghosts witnessed by many. A few famous people have made this their home. One of the most notable spirits who have be sighted at his old dwelling place is none other than Samuel Langhorne Clemens aka Mark Twain (Author of Advent

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